articles tagged 'Good'

Fishing where the fish are: Tangible Media gives Idealog and NZ Fishing World a digital spruce up

  • Gratuitous self-promotion
  • October 9, 2014
  • Ben Fahy
Fishing where the fish are: Tangible Media gives Idealog and NZ Fishing World a digital spruce up

As many proponents of the magazine industry say, it's not about paper, it's about communities of interest. In many areas, those communities of interest—and many advertisers—are heading online to get their information and inspiration, so, with pressure on paid-for circulation, it's becoming more important for these titles to have a quality online presence. And two of Tangible Media's titles—Idealog and NZ Fishing World—have responded to those changes with redesigned, responsive websites.

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The Dominion Post, NZ Herald, Good, Home and Listener line up for major Canon awards

  • Media
  • April 7, 2014
  • StopPress Team
The Dominion Post, NZ Herald, Good, Home and Listener line up for major Canon awards

The Dominion Post and NZ Herald will contest this year's Canon Media Award for Best Newspaper with circulation over 30,000, while Good, Home and The Listener are the finalists for Best Newsstand Magazine. In the new Best Blog category it's Toby Manhire, Cameron Slater and Giovanni Tiso, with Best Website finalist placings handed to 3News, The Wireless and Yahoo NZ.

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Maggies Award gives Dish more to celebrate about

  • Awards
  • November 5, 2013
  • Damien Venuto
Maggies Award gives Dish more to celebrate about

The February/March 2013 edition of Dish has beaten stiff competition to win The Maggies: Magazine Cover of the Year award for 2013.

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Magazine readership and circ numbers a mixed bag, industry aims to change the conversation

  • Media
  • October 29, 2013
  • Ben Fahy
Magazine readership and circ numbers a mixed bag, industry aims to change the conversation

Once again, Nielsen's latest readership results and the ABC's circulation numbers don't make for particularly pleasant reading for the magazine sector, with all weeklies charting declines deemed significant on the same time last year, plenty of other significant declines and a rare few increases. And, perhaps not surprisingly, the MPA and the various publishers are hoping to change the conversation from a one-dimensional discussion about quantity, to a multi-dimensional discussion about the quality of engagement across a number of platforms.

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Zavy and StopPress have worked together to create a scoreboard that compares how the top 25 traditional media advertising spenders in New Zealand have performed on social media over the past 30 days, updated in real time.

Catch your break, win some shoes

  • Win
  • August 29, 2013
  • StopPress Team
Catch your break, win some shoes

There are many strange holidays. International Houseplant Appreciation Day, Pissing Day or International Talk like a Pirate Day. Brands occasionally get in on the act as well and create their own (American Express won two grand prix at Cannes in 2012 for its small business day). And global footwear company Keen has joined that club with Worldwide Recess Day.

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Country's top covers to vie for public affection as The Maggies shortlist announced

  • Media
  • October 23, 2012
  • StopPress Team
Country's top covers to vie for public affection as The Maggies shortlist announced

The Maggies judges have spoken and the covers they have deemed to be the country's best will now fight it out for top honours in their respective categories, plus the coveted overall cover of the year award, as they go up for a public vote over the next five weeks at www.themaggies.co.nz.

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Dole slips on its own banana skin as ComCom points out dodgy 'Ethical Choice' label

  • Marketing
  • August 3, 2012
  • StopPress Team
Dole slips on its own banana skin as ComCom points out dodgy 'Ethical Choice' label

The Commerce Commission has warned fruit importer Dole it may be in breach of the Fair Trading Act on three separate counts relating to the company’s Ethical Choice marketing scheme. However, only a court can decide if there has actually been a breach of the Fair Trading Act, with convicted companies liable for fines of up to $200,000.

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All-powerful Sarahs dominate Magazine Awards as Good and Cuisine clean up

  • Media
  • June 29, 2012
  • Ben Fahy
All-powerful Sarahs dominate Magazine Awards as Good and Cuisine clean up

It's the night the magazine industry comes together to, as ACP head honcho Paul Dykzeul might say, indulge in a bit of gratuitous back patting. Or, as the MPA might say, reward the publications, publishers, editors, designers, sales folk and contributors who toil away on their various titles. And it was Good and Cuisine's Sarah Nicholson that reigned supreme on the night, winning the top magazine and editor of the year prizes respectively.

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Latest mag and paper stats reflect changin' times

  • Media
  • February 10, 2012
  • Cath Winks
Latest mag and paper stats reflect changin' times

Nothing endures but change, and the latest newspaper and magazine stats from Nielsen and the Audit Bureau of Circulation are no exception, as the ABC changes both its methodology, and its frequency of audits. The ABC will now be sending out quarterly rolling averages, instead of the six months end-on-end averages it has been doing. The key benefits for marketers and agencies will be receiving more regular data, and the methodology of releasing rolling annual totals is aligned with readership.

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An audience with Fairtrade's 'Eco Queen', Harriet Lamb

  • Win
  • June 10, 2011
  • StopPress Team
An audience with Fairtrade's 'Eco Queen', Harriet Lamb

The Fairtrade movement has become a huge marketing force in recent years, with a massive increase in sales and a few big corporates starting to sign up to this more ethical approach to business. And Harriet Lamb, who helped kick off the UK Fairtrade Association about 10 years ago, is one of the women responsible for making this change happen. So, if you want to hear from an inspiring speaker, eat a few nibbles and drink a few Fairtrade cocktails, buy your tickets here for an event being hosted by Good magazine at Image Centre's swanky new premises on Wednesday 22 June. 

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Good gets back on the goodfoot

  • Media
  • December 2, 2010
  • StopPress Team
Good gets back on the goodfoot

Tangible Media announced that it would be making some changes to Good magazine back in October. Well, the makeover is now complete, with a fresh editorial direction from new editor Sarah Heeringa and a snazzy redesign by art director Sally Fullam. And, freegans rejoice, for the reluanch edition of the mag that goes on sale on Monday 6 December also comes with a free copy of very handy Good Shopping Handbook.

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Tangible gets into a Good Groove with dual relaunches

  • Digital
  • October 18, 2010
  • Ben Fahy
Tangible gets into a Good Groove with dual relaunches

The winds of change have blown for two titles in the Tangible Media stable, with the rejigged weekly Groove Guide set to launch with a renewed pop cultural zest and a new but familiar editor at the helm, as well as a relaunch and an editorial reshuffle at sustainable living magazine Good.

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Good, Idealog, Celsias win carbon first

  • Media
  • April 19, 2010
  • StopPress Team
Good, Idealog, Celsias win carbon first

Good magazine has notched another New Zealand first: it's one of three Kiwi magazines to be awarded the highly regarded carboNZero badge, certifying carbon neutral status. Also certified are Idealog and Celsias.

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Nobody trusts you anymore

  • Marketing
  • February 16, 2010
  • Gavin Healy
Nobody trusts you anymore

Trust and loyalty are emerging as the biggest threats--and opportunities--for marketers in a post recessionary world. Statistics from Sustainable Advantage, a research arm of Hayes Knight (now run by Nick Jones, former executive director of Nielsen Media Research), demonstrates this massive shift in consumer attitudes. Some 54 percent of respondents ...

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